Pre-game and post on game day, Tom is your main go-to for news on Oilers TV. He gets you up to speed on all the day's events surrounding the Oilers. On non-game days, you can catch Tom hosting The Panel, Oilers TV live presentations and bringing you other interesting stories and features when it comes to the Orange & Blue.
An Edmonton native and graduate of the Radio & Television Arts program at NAIT, Tom began his broadcast career in 2007 serving as Studio Runner for Sportsnet telecasts of Oilers games. That led to a stint with The Score covering the Oilers, Edmonton Eskimos and Edmonton Indy. He also anchored the news at CKSA/CITL in Lloydminster for two years. He then returned to his hometown anchoring sports at CTV Edmonton for a brief period before accepting the role as Reporter/Host of Oilers TV in the summer of 2010.
When he's not covering the team, Tom is likely on a golf course, at a concert or sporting event around town.
From morning skate reports and blogs to long-form In Depth features, Chris delivers extensive written coverage on the Oilers. In addition to serving as Head Writer for the website, Chris does on-camera reporting as part of Oilers TV's coverage of the team.
You'll also see him on Oilers TV hosting weekly features such as Minors Minute and Sportsnet Brightest Stars Showdown.
Originally from Rochester, NY, Chris graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, where he became the 2011 Outstanding Broadcast News award recipient. He moved on to serve as the on-camera reporter for the Oilers former American Hockey League affiliate, the Oklahoma City Barons.
Chris' sports journalism background includes stints as a collegiate hockey and basketball play-by-play broadcaster, radio producer and newspaper writer. He joined the Oilers in 2013.
Jessica keeps you in the loop on everything you need to know about Rogers Place and the Oilers involvement in the community.
Jessica is the host of PCL ICE Level and community reporter for Oilers TV.
Born and raised in Edmonton, Jessica has a passion for her city and is thrilled to be working in the heart of Edmonton's biggest project - ICE District.
After graduating from Journalism at MacEwan University and the Radio & Television program at NAIT, Jessica moved to Saskatoon to pursue her career in media at Global News as a reporter and anchor. Three years later, she moved back to Edmonton to report for Global locally before she was hired on with the Oilers.
When Jessica isn't working, you can find her in Tap classes, or out shopping for home décor.